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An OSGi JDBC Service Implementation

Features

  • Pax JDBC implements the OSGi JDBC Service according to the OSGi Enterprise Release 5 specification. (The JDBC chapter is still at version 1.0 and thus unchanged from earlier specification releases.)
  • Pax JDBC provides a generic driver extender which registers a DataSourceFactory service on behalf of any JDBC 4.0 driver with an OSGi manifest.
  • Pax JDBC provides native driver adapters, using driver specific DataSource implementations to create a DataSourceFactory which supports all driver specific properties.

Latest News

This is a bug fix release. See the JIRA issues below for details.

Pax JDBC artifacts will be available in Maven Central.

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This release changes the way the pooling is configured. See Pooling and XA support in 1.0.0. We also added support for pooling using c3p0 and HikariCP.

Pax JDBC artifacts will be available in Maven Central.

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PAX JDBC 0.9.0 Released

The PAX JDBC team is happy to announce the release of OPS4J Pax JDBC 0.9.0.

This release adds DB2 DataSourceFactory and OSGi capability headers. pax-jdbc-config now supports hidden properties (starting with a dot) which are forwarded to the DataSourceFactory but are not published in the service registry.

Additionally, pax-jdbc-config only forwards local properties (not containing a dot) as well als properties prefixed with "jdbc." to DataSourceFactories. This means that non-local configuration properties like "aries.xa.name" are published in the service registry but not forwarded for DataSourceFactory instantiation.

Pax JDBC artifacts will be available in Maven Central.

Changes since 0.8.0

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